For one of the Grandview Heights municipal pool's new co-managers, the job is a return home.
The three abandoned homes off Long Street lack plumbing, electricity, heating and air conditioning. Their walls and ceilings are pocked with holes. The windows are gone, replaced with plywood. In other words, the houses are perfect for Melissa Vogley Woods. Woods founded “Rooms To Let,” which seeks deserted homes to convert to daylong art galleries.
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News from the Grandview chamber, published the first week of each month.
The Grandview Heights Public Library announced Friday, May 17, its board of trustees has selected Ryan McDonnell as the library's new director.
The city of Grandview Heights plans to join the Franklin County Cooperative Health Benefits Program in an effort to help control its employee health-insurance costs.
The Boulevard Presbyterian Church sanctuary renovation committee will present the proposed schematic design for the project to the church in a meeting to be held between services Sunday, May 19.
A weekend of festivities is planned in Grandview Heights to mark Memorial Day.
An event held the last weekend of each month will keep Grandview Avenue hopping.
Two recent traffic stops made by Grandview Heights police officers resulted in the arrests of two men named in warrants for felony charges.
Julie Menke couldn't have been happier with her final performance at Anderson Field.
After his team's 6-4 victory over visiting DeSales on May 6, Ready High School baseball coach Harry Caruso took time to talk about the value of at-bats.
Grandview Heights High School baseball coach Chris Herring figures to be familiar with his team's first-round opponent in the Division III district tournament.
The Ready High School girls volleyball program has found its successor for one of the most successful coaches in its history.
With Les Miserables being The Beat's favorite piece of musical theater, you can bet we saw the film this past winter. We BeatBlogged about it a couple of times, but since this piece is about the touring production, we'll leave the movie be.
Q&A with singer-songwriter Chris Trapper and a video feature on his opening act, local musician Jared Mahone.
Joe and Tia Stropkai will open O’Nelly’s May 17 on South Old State Road.
Kevin and Lori Ames have opened their flagship restaurant in the former Hagen’s storefront.
Just another day for Laurie Berkner: play music, learn how to make spreadsheets, try on dresses ...
Marita King will talk the basics May 20 at the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St.
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